The proud father of such 1950’s cinematic heist films as Jules Dassin’s Rififi and Stanley Kubrick’s The Killing, John Huston’s The Asphalt Jungle can stand as tall as any of them.
Like most comedy concert films, there are both inspired bits and some definite letdowns in Kevin Hart: What Now?
The important and oft neglected historical story behind the slave insurrections of 1831 comes to vivid life in Nate Parker’s The Birth of a Nation.
Where to find the Best Deals on Movies & TV Shows on 4k/UHD, Blu-ray and DVD… The Features – Bad Day at Black Rock – 1955 – The Girl on the Train – 2016 – The Mad Magician – 1953 – Comes a Horseman – 1978 – Two for the […]
Writer-director Mike Flanagan celebrates horror styles of a generation or two ago with Ouija: Origin of Evil.
In the spring of 2016, CBS once again presented two newly colorized episodes of its legendary sitcom I Love Lucy under the banner Superstar Special #2. These colorized episodes of one of the all-time great comedy series have always been ratings winners for the network, and this latest edition was […]
LG plans to win sales from Panasonic and Samsung by announcing a Dolby Vision firmware update for later this year. The UP970 is also HDR10. Warner Bros, Lionsgate and Universal are expected to release the first UHD discs later this year. Dolby Vision uses dynamic metadata to optimize a TV’s […]
When I first purchased my house, not that long ago, I made sure that I was going to keep by bills low. Basically, I have the internet, and a cell phone. I got a pretty nifty antenna so that I could watch some local things, maybe stay up to date […]
There are major problems with the made-for-home video Roger Corman’s Death Race 2050 quite apart from the low budget and barely professional production values.
I have always liked the Sonos brand. I liked where they were headed, and what they had to offer. Today, we got some big news. John MacFarlane, the CEO of Sonos, is stepping down, he announced in a blog post Tuesday. MacFarlane, who has been the CEO since the company […]
A broad and mostly brainless spy comedy with good actors and some good elements, Greg Mottola’s Keeping Up with the Jones only occasionally catches fire with its humor and its action components.
Dolby Laboratories announced that Linda Rogers joins the executive leadership team as Senior Vice President, Human Resources. Linda will build on the company’s already strong foundation, looking for new ways to empower and inspire Dolby’s employees to advance the science of sight and sound. With almost 20 years of industry […]